They were the dancing girls from Gades, who, as they left polyanthus' ship, passed unnoticed in the hubbub of the leave-taking.
For flowering in the house the polyanthus Narcissus are very desirable.
Confess, now, dear Barnet, don't you long to call it a polyanthus?
A bed of Daisies and another of polyanthus are far from satisfactory.
Things of home too dear to leave behind them, they brought with them their favourite flowers, the tulip and the polyanthus.
Acton overhead the conversation of Lachares and polyanthus outside the temple.
A bright row of polyanthus and oxlips seemed to be the haunt of the male bees.
Thought at first it was a new development of the polyanthus.
The people of the port praised their compatriot polyanthus, exaggerating his skill.
polyanthus, pol-i-an′thus, n. a kind of primrose much prized and cultivated by florists:—pl.